5 NFL Teams That Will Definitely Win In Week 11

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5 NFL Teams That Will Definitely Win In Week 11

Mark J. Rebilas-USA Today Sports

It’s time for the weekly “5 Teams That Will Definitely Win” column. Last week I did five teams that would lose and because I didn’t do so hot, I’ll try my luck for the winners this week. It was hard to pick five teams last week and this week looks to be even more difficult.

For Week 10, I went three out of five on picking losers, I need redemption and I need it now. Well, I guess I can’t get it this second, but y’all know what I mean. The two losers I predicted who would actually be winners were the Jacksonville Jaguars and St. Louis Rams. The Rams beat the living daylights out of the Indianapolis Colts in Indy 38-8. I figured the Rams would make a game out of it and lose in a one-possession game, I never figured they would lay the beat down that they did. The same thing went for the Jaguars; I actually had them covering the 13.5 points against the Tennessee Titans and had I known the stench of Ryan Fitzpatrick would be lingering for most of this game, I would have picked another game. On the positive side, I was correct picking the Oakland Raiders, Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys as Week 10 losers.

Picking five definitive winners for this week was difficult, but I think I’ve compiled a good list here. Come along and ride on the fantastic voyage as the great poet Coolio once said. As always, enjoy the show people.

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Indianapolis Colts

Brian Spurlock-USA Today Sports

The Colts let me down pretty bad last week. But much like a scorned ex, they'll get to rebound against the great Fitzpatrick this week. And by great, I mean awful, terrible, lousy and all kinds of other unfriendly adjectives.

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Seattle Seahawks

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA Today Sports

The Seattle Seahawks gave me quite the scare a few weeks ago when they nearly lost at home to the then winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I'm sure they won't make the same mistake for Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings this week.

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San Diego Chargers

Jake Roth-USA Today Sports

Yeah, you're seeing this right. I like the San Diego Chargers this week; they're a 6-3 team masquerading as a 4-5 team, they just can't close games gosh darn it! The Miami Dolphins are about to go full-on tank mode as a result of Richie Incognito-Gate or Bully-Gate or whatever people are calling it. Either way, it's going to cloud the Dolphins with a stench even worse than the great Fitzpatrick.

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Houston Texans

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Now that the Houston Texans don't have Ed Reed anymore (2-0 without and 0-7), the curse might finally be broken. I don't know, maybe it's just a coincidence, either way, the Texans are going to win a game again eventually and if it can't be against the Raiders at home, then I don't even know man.

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New York Giants

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It's crazy to think that the once 0-6 New York Giants still have a chance to win the crappy NFC East. They definitely catch a nice break this week as they host a Green Bay Packers team that will either be starting Matt Flynn or some other guy that I don't know. His name is Scott, I know that much, and I know his last name starts with a T. Of course, I could easily look up the dude's name on Google right now, but then I would have to erase this whole joke. You don't want that do you? Scott Tolzien, that's his name. I hate you, Google. I don't really. I'm sorry, Google -- we're still good.